The next billionaire tech visionary will be whoever can invent an “uncrackable” encryption method, and/or someone who invents a way to allow people to identify themselves online without separate passwords.
Actually, both would be nice.
Imagine what it would be like to only need to know one password, and to be able to store and transport this password via an encryption method so secure there is no way at all to crack it? Man, how nice would that be?
Then he said one police officer started threatening him saying, “If we have to get a warrant, we’re going to come back when you’re not expecting it, we’re going to park in front of your house, where all your neighbors can see, we’re gonna bust in your door with a battering ram, we’re gonna shoot and kill your dogs, who are my family, and then we’re going to ransack your house looking for these people.”
Killing homeowner’s dogs is standard operating procedure for cops.
“While Ms. McKenna “did not ‘abduct’ the child,” the court said, “her appropriation of the child while in utero was irresponsible, reprehensible.””—
Sara McKenna, a former Marine, became pregnant during a brief relationship with Bode Miller, an Olympic skier. While seven months pregnant, she moved from California to New York to go to school, leading a judge to scold her for “virtually absconding with her fetus.” Now, the fight for custody of their son has become “a closely watched legal battle over the rights of pregnant women to travel and make life choices.” (via bebinn)